Osceola County Stadium is the home for the Astros' Spring Training games. This award-winning Grapefruit League facility is the state-of-the-art complex with ample parking and easy access.
Simply stated, there's not a bad seat in the house!
Mon. - Sat. 9AM to 3PM
Florida Turnpike North, get off on Exit 242 turn left (northwest) on 192, drive 3 miles to Bill Beck Blvd. (Tourist Information Center on corner) turn right, take Bill Beck Blvd. for 7/10 mile, turn left into parking lot (parking for buses is to the left front near complex).
Interstate 4 East to US 192, US 192 east to Bill Beck Blvd. Turn left on Bill Beck Blvd., 7/10 mile turn left into parking lot.
Turnpike south to Exit 244, turn right on US 192, drive 1 mile to Bill Beck Blvd., turn right, take Bill Beck Blvd. for 7/10 mile, turn left into parking lot.
Take 17-92 to Kissimmee, turn right on US 192 going east approximately 3 miles to Bill Beck Blvd. Turn left onto Bill Beck Blvd., go 7/10 mile and turn left into parking lot.
Autographs can be obtained along the fences from each dugout to the foul poles prior to and immediately after each game. For your safety, fans are asked to please stay off the dugout tops and not to climb the fence or attempt to enter the dugouts or playing fields. Please remember that players and coaches have pre-game and post-game duties. For best results, be polite and have one or two items and a pen or marker ready. Autographs are not allowed during the ballgames.
Beer is available at Osceola County Stadium. Florida law prohibits the selling to or purchasing of beers for minors. The Houston Astros management reserves the right to discontinue beer sales without notice and/or refuse to sell beer to any individual. Beer sales will stop at the end of the 7th inning. The Houston Astros ask that you drink responsibly and respect the rights of others.
Bottles, cans and coolers will not be allowed into the stadium. These items must be disposed of before entering the stadium. Violators will be asked to leave.
Your favorite ballpark food and drinks can be found along the outer concourse. SMG manages the concession stands at Osceola County Stadium.
Houston Astros management reserves the right to revoke tickets of any patron using obscene or abusive language, exhibiting inappropriate behavior or appearing intoxicated. Fans who enter the playing field or interfere with the play of the game are also subject to ejection and prosecution.
A children's playground is located behind the right field grandstand. All children play at their own risk and must be accompanied by an adult.
If you need first aid or are aware of a medical emergency, an usher or security personnel will assist you. The First Aid Station is located on the outer concourse near the public restrooms.
Foul balls can be very dangerous. Please keep your attention focused on the field while the game is in progress. Any foul balls hit into the stands may be kept. ABSOLUTELY NO ONE IS PERMITTED ON THE PLAYING FIELD TO RETRIEVE A BALL. IF YOU LEAVE THE STADIUM TO RETRIVE A FOUL BALL, YOU WILL NOT BE READMITTED TO THE STADIUM.
Fans may enter the stadium two hours prior to game time (gates occasionally may be delayed opening) for Astros Spring Training games. Fans are invited to watch batting practice, infield workouts and pre-game ceremonies. Food and beverages are available at concession stands as soon as the gates open.
In the interest of your safety, the Houston Astros ask for your attention to the following: Baseball is an inherently dangerous game and spectators should, for their safety, pay close attention to the game and keep their eyes on the playing field at all times. Spectators at Osceola County Stadium assume all risks and danger of, and release of the management, Osceola County Stadium, the Houston Astros, the participating clubs and their respective agents or employees from any liability for personal injury and property loss, whether occurring prior to, during or after the actual playing of the game and whether caused by any person's negligence or otherwise, including without limitation injury, loss or damage caused by baseballs or baseball bats thrown or hit into the seating area.
Articles lost or found may be claimed or turned in at the souvenir shop near the main entrance.
A game is considered a rainout if it is called by game officials prior to the end of the 5th inning (middle of the 5th if the home team is winning). In the event a game is not played on the date scheduled, you may exchange your ticket for any future Astros home game. Refunds are not provided. There are no refunds on parking fees at any time.
The throwing of any items in the stands or on the field is expressly forbidden. Violators are subject to removal from the stadium.
The resale of Astros tickets is permitted at the Osceola County Stadium in the designated ticket scalper area only. All those caught selling outside the ticket scalper area will be asked to leave the property.
Wheelchair seating is available throughout the ballpark, in the box, and reserved seat areas. All restroom facilities offer wheelchair access.